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Fair Stood The Wind for France - H. E. Bates
Fair Stood The Wind for France
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780786272181 (078627218X)
ASIN: 078627218X
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 386
Edition language: English
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4.0 Fair Stood the Wind for France
bookshelves: play-dramatisation, war, published-1944, wwii Recommended for: Wanda, Laura, Lauren Read in November, 2009 ** spoiler alert ** Dramatisation by Maddy Fredericks of HE Bates' classic tale of danger, suspense and romance in Second World War France. Episode 1 - When a British aircrew d...
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John Franklin is an English pilot who crashes his plane into occupied France and finds refuge for himself and four sergeants at a nearby farm. Luckily for him, one cool cucumber, Francoise, resides on the farm with her father and her grandmother. Francoise is a smart, young French girl who faces all...
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Dramatisation by Maddy Fredericks of HE Bates' classic tale of danger, suspense and romance in Second World War France. Episode 1 - When a British aircrew ditch over Occupied territory in the summer of 1942, injury and suspicion dog their attempts to survive and escape. Franklin ...... Rory KinnearO...
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